This Thursday, September 20, Wyclef Jean will be at the 6th & I Historic Synagogue in Washington, D.C., and we've got two tickets for the event and a copy of his book to give away.
In conversation with Michel Martin, host of NPR mid-day talk program Tell Me More, Wyclef will talk about his life, his music, and his new memoir Purpose: An Immigrant's Story. He will also perform a set of his latest music.
Want to be part of that conversation and performance? Here's how you can enter to win:
The first person to correctly answer the following question by emailing it to ThisIsNPR@npr.org will win a pair of tickets and a copy of Wyclef's book.
What is the complete title of the song that includes these lyrics?
No longer we can share the love that was never there.
When the moon has lost its light.
And the stars no longer bright
And no longer can we share, the love that was never there.
Email your answer to: ThisIsNPR@npr.org
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